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3000 Windy Hill Rd. SE (Powers Ferry Rd.) Send to Phone
Tired of the corporate world, Vietnam native Suong Ives started this venture. With her life and business partner, Mikel Estes, she has developed a concept that focuses on home-style Vietnamese cooking.
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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Green Papaya Restaurant Review

: Suong Ives and Mikel Estes, life and business partners, took a page from her culinary heritage to open a Vietnamese restaurant offering some dishes that reflect the long season of French influence in Indochina. There's a chicken and crab roulade, for instance, and a steak. But the Vietnamese dishes are the main draw. Soups reflect the classic flavors of Suong's homeland. Aromatic Asian celery adds crunch to a somewhat tartly flavored soup, a unique taste experience that the adventurous will find enticing. The sizzling crêpe, perhaps a fusion of French and Vietnamese cooking, is a huge crispy pancake stuffed with shrimp, pork, and bean sprouts. It's seriously filling, perhaps even enough for two to share as an appetizer. Cooking is home style, so don't look for fancy presentations.

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